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Including what we found in Scientology before it became a cult

Oh what a tangled web…

Part of the reason that the Radical Corporate Church of Scientology’s money trails are so hard to follow is that the Church doesn’t have printed stockholder reports like real corporations.

Apparently, one of the glaring loopholes in the 501(c)(3) provisions is that an organization deemed to be solely operating for religious purposes need not publish quarterly or yearly reports stating their income and outgo.

This is what lets the IASUSMT (International Association of Scientologists United States Members’ Trust) gather millions of dollars from coerced “donations” for reasons the parishioners don’t understand and disburse it in ways that the parishioners can’t understand.

Deliberately added to the complications is the Church’s obfuscation of their interrelated corporations, companies, and holdings.

Have you seen this?

The monster jpg of this chart is here.

It’s a chart of the known pieces and parts of Corporate Scientology and their relation to each other.

Can you say overwhelming and confusing? I knew you could.

Are you interested in actually reading and understanding this chart?  You can download it in PDF form from here.

I had to take my PDF file down to my local Office Depot and have them print it on their three-foot-wide plotter/printer. It was a bit pricey, but it was worth it.

What gets my attention is the separate organizations needed to run orgs and Missions in secular countries (sections E6 and E2), and all the “trusts” (places where money is hidden)…in section T. I wonder what the freak is hidden in Luxembourg?

What I didn’t immediately find is the “religious corporation” called Building Management Services, the mysterious entity whose name appears all over the Phoenix Ideal Org publicly-filed documents.

When I looked closer, there it was at heading T1.

Is it really part of the Radical Corporate Church of Scientology? Or is it a secular (but religious?) organization used to front for the RCCofS in real estate matters in order to hide the word Scientology from unwitting participants, such as those who did work on the arson-damaged Tel Aviv/Israel Ideal Org building?

— written by Plain Old Thetan

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Nine  on December 19th, 2011

This is a very useful doc. Someone has been doing a lot of work!

A2 – Authors Trust is where most of the transfer money comes in, AFAIK. I saw some docs putting that at around $45 mill for a representative year. The other money-maker is CW, around $40 mil. and I don’t know if that included the cruises. The other stuff transferred from orgs around the world is negligible. Most of the money is clearly from gifts.

Bruce Pratt  on December 19th, 2011

What an example of complexity and nonconfront by members of an organization which purports to know better.

Jeesh. Damn near a Gordian Knot.

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